Author: Mustafa Mirreh

@tapthefeed

Founder and managing editor for Tap The Feed. Striving towards a career in writing/journalism with particular focus in music and culture. Photographer, music lover, football fanatic, runner and coffee drinker. Making it happen one step at a time. For live shows, releases and interviews, contact mustafa@tapthefeed.com.
First Listen: IsaacO – My Mind Is Breaking Open

➤   9 November, 2018, 14:00

Photo: Jono Bond One of life’s goals is to pursuit your passion in something you love; in this particularly case, musician IsaacO was set on course for a career as a doctor having graduated from medical school...

Elder Island talk The Omnitone Collection and more

➤   9 November, 2018, 11:30

A well-respected band in scene for sometime now, Bristol experimental pop group Elder Island are not shy when it comes to embracing music. Their explosive blends of pop, R&B, neo-soul and electronica which has form their unique...

Sœur discuss incredible year, touring and new EP Fight

➤   2 November, 2018, 20:00

Photo: Ania Shrimpton We really are spoilt for choice when it comes to music here in Bristol but more so with the city now on the map and attracting a lot of well deserved attention with artists...

Harvey Causon Review – The Louisiana

➤   30 October, 2018, 21:00

The gleaming smile on Harvey Causon’s face as he stood by the entrance of The Louisiana spoke volumes; this was an artist full of confidence and ready to put on a performance like no other. Having impressed...

Watch IDLES perform on Later with Jools Holland

➤   25 September, 2018, 23:00

Amid their worldwide tour, Bristol post punk stars IDLES made their debut appearance on Later with Jools Holland on BBC 2 as the show kicked off its 53rd series. What a moment for the band, and to...

Pale Waves – My Mind Makes Noises

➤   13 September, 2018, 20:00

Top five in the BBC Sound of 2018, featured in ones to watch lists (including ours) and a promising debut EP under their belts; Pales Waves goth rock attire but heart-swelling pop songs have caught many people’s attention...

Native on music, nightlife & supporting the local scene

➤   3 September, 2018, 17:00

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be teaming up with the country’s completed events and music guide Native in the run up to the freshers this autumn, bringing you curated content on some of the best live...

Harvey Causon/Gabriel Gifford release EP Murphy’s Hand

➤   3 August, 2018, 11:30

Photo: Dominika Scheibinger Breakthrough star Harvey Causon has been the talk of Bristol these past few months, winning critics hearts with his incredibly articulate and ambient electronic establishments. Now on the eve of the summer season, the...

Arctic Lake on UK tour, songwriting and new music

➤   10 June, 2018, 13:00

Photo: Diana Terlemezyan London trio Emma Foster, Andy Richmond and Paul Holliman are capturing people’s hearts under the name of Arctic Lake, forming their immersive ambient pop that’s both emotional and enthralling. Since releasing their debut EP...

Snail Mail Preview – The Louisiana

➤   20 May, 2018, 12:00

Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, otherwise known as Snail Mail, has been the talk of the music scene over the past few months. At just the age of 19, the artist has won over many hearts in her hometown...

MØ Review – O2 Academy Bristol

➤   10 April, 2018, 21:00

‘Fearless’ would be the word to describe MØ this evening as she dominates the O2 Academy stage in Bristol on the last night of her UK tour. The rising pop star’s career thus us has been exhilarating;...

MØ Preview – O2 Academy Bristol

➤   5 April, 2018, 20:00

Danish pop star MØ needs no introduction. Since her 2013’s debut album No Mythologies To Follow, it’s been world domination for the rising singer. Collaborations with the likes of Justin Bieber, Avicii and Major Lazer, releasing hit...

Young Fathers Review + Photoset – Trinity Centre

➤   26 March, 2018, 22:57

Photos: Lee Ramsey “What a time to be alive”, says Alloysious Massaquoi as Young Fathers take to the stage at Trinity Centre. The last time we saw the Mercury Prize winners was at FarmFest 2016, where they stole the...

Goan Dogs on their ‘rebirth’ with new EP Roll the Dice

➤   24 March, 2018, 14:00

2017 was a very busy year for Bristol based indie champions Goan Dogs. Several live shows which saw performances at Glastonbury, FarmFest and Sound City; not to mentioned their show at Colston Hall, touring in Poland and...

Sigrid Photoset – Motion

➤   18 March, 2018, 13:25

Photos: Mustafa Mirreh 2018’s biggest pop star, Sigrid performed at Motion last night to a full house. Fun, energetic and featuring her smash hits ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ and ‘Strangers’; the rising singer stole the show with...